Riding Clubs

What are they?

A riding club is composed of thirty or more members and a club committee (a chairman, a secretary, a treasurer and a safety officer). Riding clubs offer activities for their members such as riding instruction, competitions, social events etc.

 

What do they do?

The Association of Riding Clubs (AIRC) is the national body responsible for policy, the grading system, rules for competition, examinations, judges and examiners lists, liaison with other equestrian bodies, etc. The association aims at promoting the amateur leisure rider. Members of Riding Clubs have access to competitions and events organised by the AIRC. Membership of the Association is restricted to those who have attained their seventeenth birthday.

 

How do I get involved?

The Riding Clubs are administered in Ireland by the Association of Irish Riding Clubs. To find out more about getting involved in Riding Clubs at national level, click here.

 

Who do I contact?

AIRC
1st Floor, Beech House
Millennium Park, Osberstown,
Naas, Co. Kildare
Tel: +353 (0) 81 827 0227
Fax: +353 (0) 45 850 850
Email: info@airc.ie
General Manager: David Abbott

 
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